Provides real-world examples of the importance of planned, systematically-applied approaches to health and safety needs.
Making sure employees understand the importance of safety management is crucial for any organisation.
But trying to find a truly captivating anecdote as to why it’s needed often leaves us facing awkward questions in the training room…
This newly adapted series employs some of the world’s most devastating, industry-based disasters to provide real-world examples of the importance of planned, systematically-applied approaches to health and safety needs.The BBC Disaster Series includes case studies on unforgettable events, such as the Piper Alpha disaster, the Challenger shuttle tragedy and the Union Carbide Bhopal incident – the world’s worst industrial disaster. Each title includes specifically produced, comprehensive support material to enable any trainer to deliver thorough and engaging workshop sessions.
The BBC Disaster Series workshops offer strong, clear and concise messages regarding the need for:
- Consultative planning and communication of safety matters
- Application, maintenance, review and update of H&S management systems
- Clear definition and delegation of H&S responsibilities
- Training people at all levels to understand the need of their responsibilities
- Contingency planning for H&S failures (i.e. Fire, First Aid, Security, Evacuation, Clean-up and Incident Investigation)
- Talking about H&S and listening to others
Filmed and produced by the BBC and for the first time ever presented with support material (developed by Lattitude partner, safety specialists Futuremedia) the BBC Disaster Series introduces and reinforces every component of your safety systems.
Each title in the series* includes a Trainer’s Guide and Checklist, as well as the following support material:
- Trainer’s Slide Guide
- Participants’ Handouts
- PowerPoint presentation
*not including Deepwater Disaster: The Untold Story